With new tbh's, do yourself a favor and get a package or wait for a spring swarm. Part of the whole experience is having the bees draw the comb in the cell size they want. And I also want my TBH's to start with absolutely clean and new comb. With the recent research coming out about contaminated foundation, along with the real possibilities of chems in combs as collected by bees, I would favor not introducing standard frames from a hive, unless you know the source, age, and history of the comb.
I would install a package, then consider getting a queen that you want later perhaps when quality is better. It allows you to start early enough to get them built up for the first winter.
Ideally, although you will not have a natural colony from the standpoint that the comb will be located where the bees built them, is to have a source of another TBH beekeeper to buy a comb from. But that's really not possible for many, and frame size also comes into play.
Just get a package, and watch from day one as new comb is built. It's part of the TBH experience.